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Camino Island: A Novel
John Grisham

The Handmaid's Tale
Margaret Atwood

Milk and Honey
Rupi Kaur

Theft by Finding: Diaries (1977-2002)
David Sedaris

How to Read Literature Like a Professor: A Lively and Entertaining Guide to Reading Between the Lines, Revised Edition
Thomas C. Foster

Camino Island: A Novel
John Grisham

Into the Water: A Novel
Paula Hawkins

Magpie Murders: A Novel
Anthony Horowitz

The Couple Next Door: A Novel
Shari Lapena

The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity
William P. Young

Gwendy's Button Box
Stephen King, Richard Chizmar

It: A Novel
Stephen King

The Silent Corner: A Novel of Suspense
Dean Koontz

The Dark Tower I: The Gunslinger
Stephen King

Sleeping Beauties: A Novel
Stephen King, Owen King

R. J. Palacio

Oh, the Places You'll Go!  
Dr. Seuss

She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World
Chelsea Clinton

The Wonderful Things You Will Be
Emily Winfield Martin

Harry Potter Paperback Box Set (Books 1-7)
J. K. Rowling

¿Eres Mi Mama? (Bright & Early Board Books(TM)) (Spanish Edition)
P.D. Eastman

Cien años de soledad (Spanish Edition)
Gabriel García Márquez

El Alquimista: Una Fabula Para Seguir Tus Suenos
Paulo Coelho

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Eric Carle

Qué cosas dice mi abuela: (Spanish language edition of The Things My Grandmother Says) (Spanish Edition)
Ana Galan

Big Little Lies
Liane Moriarty

A Game of Thrones / A Clash of Kings / A Storm of Swords / A Feast of Crows / A Dance with Dragons
George R. R. Martin

The Secret History of Twin Peaks: A Novel
Mark Frost

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
J.K. Rowling

Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
J.K. Rowling
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The Art of Overwatch Limited Edition

The Complete Calvin and Hobbes
Bill Watterson

My Favorite Thing Is Monsters
Emil Ferris

Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood (Pantheon Graphic Novels)
Marjane Satrapi

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Douglas Adams

Purple Rain Deluxe (Expanded Edition)(3CD/1DVD)

The Nashville Sound
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

Imagine Dragons



Beauty And The Beast [Blu-ray]
Bill Condon

John Wick: Chapter 2 [Blu-ray]
Chad Stahelski

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James Mangold
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Building Stories
by Chris Ware

More info “Ware’s innovative graphic novel deepens and enriches the form by breaking it apart. Packaged in a large box like a board game, the project contains 14 ‘easily misplaced elements’ — pamphlets, books, foldout pages — that together follow the residents of a Chicago triplex (and one anthropomorphized bee) through their ordinary lives. In doing so, it tackles universal themes including art, sex, family and existential loneliness in a way that’s simultaneously playful and profound.”

The New York Times

Publisher: Pantheon (October, 2012)
Ancient Light
by John Banville

More info “Luminescent . . . Illuminating and often funny but ultimately devastating . . . Breathtaking beauty and profundity on love and loss and death, the final page of which brought tears. The Stockholm jury should pick up the phone now.”

The Financial Times

Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Knopf (October, 2012)
The News from Spain: Seven Variations on a Love Story
by Joan Wickersham

More info “Joan Wickersham’s graceful new story collection explores the failings and desires of seven different sets of people, all of whom share a sense of longing and a single title: The News from Spain. Each tableau fills a concentrated space with rich detail: the sickening smell of popcorn, crumpled tissues and crusted paintbrushes, a white breast in green water. Wickersham crafts intelligent and vivid narratives — the only two girls in an all-boys school build a delicate friendship; a bedridden wife takes comfort in brandy and her caretaker — but she is at her best in the realm of nuance, where a cardboard box gone unopened tells you everything you need to know. Human beings in a constant quest for kinship are nothing new. But in Wickersham’s hands, their journey feels entirely worth joining, even briefly, and the outcome is anything but certain.”

Mia Lipman (Amazon Best Books of the Month, October 2012)

Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Knopf (October, 2012)
Telegraph Avenue
by Michael Chabon

More info “He draws an extraordinarily tactile, Kodachrome-crisp picture of the Bay Area world that his characters inhabit — a world perched somewhere between the hipster concerns of old-school Berkeley and the more down-to-earth worries of middle- and lower class Oakland — while conjuring the music from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s that Archy and Nat love so much and that has given them their vocation. The result is a novel with the grooviest soundtrack since High Fidelity: the jazz, funk, soul, R&B and rock ’n’ roll that thumps through this volume is a Proustian madeleine for the characters in this book, linking their present lives to their adolescent passions, and the Berkeley of 2004 to the Oakland of the ’70s, when Huey Newton and the Black Panthers held sway. ”

Michiko Kakutani (The New York Times)

Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Harper (September, 2012)
by Zadie Smith

More info “Smith’s piercing new novel, her first in seven years, traces the friendship of two women who grew up in a housing project in northwest London, their lives disrupted by fateful choices and the brutal efficiency of chance. The narrative edges forward in fragments, uncovering truths about identity and money and sex with incandescent language that, for all of its formal experimentation, is intimate and searingly direct.”

The New York Times

Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: Penguin (September, 2012)
Gone girl
by Gillian Flynn

More info Gone Girl is this author’s third novel, after Sharp Objects and Dark Places. Dark Places, in particular, drew attention from mystery aficionados, but Gone Girl is Ms. Flynn’s dazzling breakthrough. It is wily, mercurial, subtly layered and populated by characters so well imagined that they’re hard to part with — even if, as in Amy’s case, they are already departed.

And if you have any doubts about whether Ms. Flynn measures up to Patricia Highsmith’s level of discreet malice, go back and look at the small details. Whatever you raced past on a first reading will look completely different the second time around.”

Janet Maslin (The New York Times)

Hardcover: 432 pages
Publisher: Crown (June, 2012)
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